This program is 29 minutes long
(Oklahoma City: Janet Shamlian) The stormy conditions in Oklahoma featured; central plains tornado scenes shown with audio from The Weather Channel. [Oklahoma Gas and Electric Kathleen O'SHEA- talks about downed power lines.] [The Weather Channel Dr. Greg FORBES- talks about the spring weather disturbances: super cells that produce tornadoes.] [OKLAHOMAN - reacts to tornadoes.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(Studio: Kelly Kast) The tornado results and forecasts for the heartland reviewed; weather maps shown.
(Bridgeport: Michelle Franzen) The NTSB investigation of the collision in Connecticut of two commuter trains after one derailed featured; scenes of the rail cars wreckage and shocked passengers; details given about the Northeast corridor of train traffic. [NTSB Earl WEENER- cites the speed of the trains.] [Senator Richard BLUMENTHAL - comments on the quality of the rail system.]
(White House: Peter Alexander) The White House response to the convergence on controversies in Washington examined; scenes shown of President Obama at Morehouse College; details given about the IRS issue of targeting conservatives. [White House advisor Dan PFEIFFER- comments on Republicans's partisan fishing expeditions.] [On "Meet the Press," Senator Mitch McCONNELL - comments on the White House culture of intimidation.] [Representative Dave CAMP - comments on the IRS.] ["Washington Post" Bob WOODWARD - says some in the administration are acting Nixonian.] ["National Journal" Ron FOURNIER- says government is being questioned.]
(Zephyrhills: Kerry Sanders) The purchase of the winning Powerball Lottery ticket in Florida featured; scenes shown from the Zephyrhills Publix store. [Lottery losers Warren CONNOLLY, Ann Marie HAMMOND, MAN - joke/react.] The lottery winner's financial statistics cited.
(New York: Nancy Snyderman) The controversy over new classifications for mental health disorders examined; details given about the fifth edition of the handbook "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders" that is used by psychiatrists and some of its revised/new disorders. [Asperger's Scott FINKELSTEIN, his mother Michelle ALKON- comment on services.] [DSM-5 task force chairmen Dr. David KUPFER, Dr. Allen FRANCES; Yale school of medicine Dr. Sally SATEL- offer views on the new DSM-5.]
(New York: Stephanie Gosk) The return of the typewriter in the digital age examined; old footage and photos of the machines, from the Mesa Typewriter Exchange in Arizona, a classroom where students type and a New York "type-in"shown. [Repairman Bill WALL- says some love their typewriters.] [STUDENT, "type-in"'s Mike McGETTIGAN, typing college student Matthew SCIDONI- state the case for typewriters.]